Rated 4 out of 5?by 2
Rated 4 out of 5?by MWeikert Terrific Apartment Setting for the College Student
My husband and I share a 1 bedroom apartment with our cat, which is a big plus, as they allow husbands to stay for a small monthly fee! (As well as any other fuzzy animal you call your own, but this is restricted to certain complexes only.) We have lived here for approx. 2.5 years and have plans to continue our stay on through the next year.
One of the biggest assets to Campus Crossing- ones that cater to the college lifestyle- are the amenities. A full gym, access to computers and printers, a very large clubhouse, multiple pools, a hot tub, tanning beds and more! Various events are hosted through-out the year, adding even more flair to what Campus Crossing has to offer on a day-to-day basis! I personally make use of the various games available in the clubhouse- ping pong and pool to name a couple- and have brought many friends along to enjoy the amenities here as well!
One of the biggest things my husband and I looked for when initially looking for a place to live was whether or not we would be 'kicked out' upon graduation. Unfortunately, many apartment complexes that cater to student housing do this- Campus Crossing does not! Which, if ya' ask me, is great- it puts less pressure on us when we graduate to juggle finding jobs and a new home.
The staff at Campus Crossing have always been wonderful. They're all-smiles when I walk in, eager to help and prove to be quite helpful. If they don't know something, they find the answer. If they do know something, they explain it and they explain it well. I've never had a problem with staff, and have also had the opportunity to sit down with management to discuss what I like and dislike about living where I am. It's great that they appreciate our feedback and heed it- I've already seen changes happening in regards to tenant feedback they've received!
Now, what are the cons?
I'm not your stereotypical 'party' student, and I greatly prefer silence over noise. As Campus Crossing is mostly students, noise/'student behavior' is an issue. The pools- during the summer- tend to be overrun with drunken students. (They allow alcohol at the pool- a policy I really dislike.) At night it's not uncommon to hear people yelling, loud car music or other such noises- but I feel that comes with the territory of living inner-city.
In spite of the cons- there aren't many- I'm very glad that my husband and I found Campus Crossing when we made the move into Greensboro, and would suggest it to any student looking for an all-inclusive stay!-
June 26, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5?by Currentresident88 Great apartment to live in if you are attending a local university!
This is a great place to live if you are attending one of the nearby colleges. Campus Crossing has a great pool, nice gym, friendly front office staff and a great maintenance team. Everyone of the employees are always willing to help you out.
April 2, 2013